This advisory concerns the recently announced vulnerability CVE-2016-0800, aka DROWN, which is due to weaknesses in SSLv2. For more information, see https://drownattack.com. This vulnerability may be relevant to InterSystems customers as InterSystems products have the capability to utilize SSLv2.
I currently have an Ensemble production which accepts and handles SOAP requests. I now need to support the exact same data, but instead of coming in as a SOAP request, comes in as a multipart/form-data request.
There have been a few use cases recently within InterSystems where we've needed to connect to Caché-based web services from PHP. The first of these was actually the Developer Community itself, which uses web services as part of Single Sign-On with other InterSystems sites/applications. The following example demonstrates how to connect to a Caché-based web service (particularly, the web service in the SAMPLES namespace) from PHP, using password authentication.